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We have used an "extension" on our standard tow bar for light towing (to get past that BIG bumper) but for heavier towing assume we should get a single piece tow bar - any recommendations from someone who has purchased one to assure the length is correct? Thanks!!
 

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Any RV dealer in your area should have them in stock. They will be happy to advise on length and rise for whatever you're towing. The best part of working with a local dealer is that you can try option out in person and get it right the first time.
 

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What are you towing? I took this yesterday when I was getting gas. I use the Curt 45260.
 

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I use the Curt 45260. works great
 

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Thanks! The Curt 45260 worked great, ordered the wrong ball (insufficient capacity) on the first try but that was only $10 error lol. In case anyone cares, I believe the Curt 40037 Trailer Ball (at 7,500) is a good bet to go with this. Appreciate the help!
 

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P.S. Found both on Amazon - around $20 for the bar, and $10 for the ball with free Prime shipping. A pain to store in the Rover (have it forward of the spare tire) but happy to have it onboard.
 

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Glad it worked out. :thumb:
 
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